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and the report is up on the energy and commerce website. didn't get press. but it was startling how much they were going to be transparent and above board but when it came time to do the work they closed the doors and wrote the bill. >> interesting that he said lobbyist wouldn't have part. doctor, the obama care will affect you dramatically and talk about what ways. >> governor, this act and this law unfortunately, dismembered the very foundation of health care, and that is it the patient/doctor relationship. everything good about care happens between me and my patient in an examine room. four walls and a closed door and the government doesn't belong there. [applause] this bill -- this bill invites the government not just into the room, but into the process, and the decision process. it takes away choice it takes away privacy. imagine your records are now sent to the federal government for their perusement. it is it a, abominable the sad thing is, it doesn't allow physicians to do our job. we just want to be able to do our job. we are professionalings. we want to work for our patients. i
the investigation, the report is up on the energy and commerce website for all to see, didn't get much press, but just startling and held much, you know, they said we're going to be transparent, but then when it came time to do the work they invited the lobbyists in, closed the door and wrote the bill. >> the administration promised that lobbyists wouldn't have any part in the administration. you're in private practice. >> i am. >> mike: obamacare will affect you dramatically. let's talk about in what ways? >> governor, this act, this law unfortunately, dismembered the very foundation of health care and that's the patient-doctor relationship. everything good about health care happens between me and my patients in an exam room, four walls, a closed door, and the government doesn't belong there. this bill-- (applause) >> well said. >> this bill invites the government not just into the room, but into the process, into the decision process. it takes away choice. it takes away privacy. i mean, imagine your records are now sent to the federal government for their perusement. it's abominable. and
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